Liverpool loanee Sergi Canos comments on the difficulties of life in England

Griggin Park Turnstiles, Brentford

The Spaniard is currently out on loan at Brentford.

Liverpool's youth system has become something of a global lure in recent years and one youngster from foreign lands trying to take his first steps on the ladder at Liverpool is Sergi Canos.

The Spaniard arrived at Liverpool from Barcelona in 2013. The 19-year-old is considered a top talent by the club and was loaned out to Championship side Brentford for this season.

The Spanish under-19 international has since gone on to prove his hype at Griffin Park - with some excellent performances in London.

He has however been admitting finding life out on loan tough.

Speaking to getwestlondon he has discussed the language barrier issues as well as moving away from his new home in Liverpool.

But he says his family will help him through:

“It's been difficult as well. You have to get used to everything. Life changes. I have my great family with me and that's all I need.

“My dad is always in the stands when I play. My mum couldn't come because my sister has school tomorrow but my dad is always here.

“I feel more confident in my English and I need to learn a lot more. When I was in Liverpool I was only speaking English in the academy and speaking in Spanish with my family. Here I have to be in touch with everyone.”

Canos had perhaps his best game yet in a Brentford shirt last night. He scored and set up a goal in a 3-0 romp over league rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers at home.

His form will no doubt be exciting the hierarchy at Liverpool who have high hopes for the future of this talented midfield playmaker.

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